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2 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times
An original 1215 copy of the Magna Carta has now been installed at St Edmundsbury Cathedral ahead of an exhibition which will give people from the area a rare opportunity to see it.
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3 hrs ago | Ipswich Evening Star
A proliferation of drugs has led to rising numbers of Suffolk drug addicts seeking treatment at a younger age, according to a leading counsellor.
6 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News
Glasgow 2014 of an aerial image of a giant 100 which has been painted onto the grass at Hampden Park, which is being temporarily transformed from Scotland's national stadium into a track and field venue for the Games, to mark 100 days to go until the even The Queen's Baton will be brought to Newmarket by the town's own Commonwealth Games gold ... (more)
Ancient skeletons that could date back to Roman Britain are among a haul of "exciting archaeological finds" uncovered in a series of digs in west Suffolk villages.
Police 'flagged up' concerns over the number of times they were called to a Brandon care home where a 16-year-old girl hanged herself, an inquest has heard.
A controlled explosion was carried out in a quiet Suffolk village after a parish council chairman was charged with possessing weapons including an AK47 assault rifle and Uzi machine gun.
'Old Contemptible' William Nicholas must have had an angel at his shoulder. He saw Great War action at Mons, Ypres and the Somme, but survived to help Britain during the Second World War.
Dog owner Lewis Blythe, left, chartered a helicopter to search for his and his partner Gary Lee's dog Murphy.
A Marvel-lous effort will see 80 Slimming World members from the Mildenhall area take part in this year's Girls Night Out in aid of St Nicholas Hospice Care.
A new 750,000 community centre in Bury St Edmunds has edged closer to becoming a reality after residents voiced their overwhelming support.
A prolific burglar who ransacked homes in Wickhambrook to help fund his drug addiction has been jailed for three years.
A PET dog missing for five days on the Lakeland fells has been found safe and well after its owner hired a private helicopter a specially trained search dog to help locate the animal.
The 55-year-old, of Freewood Street, Bradfield St George, was jailed last month for 27 months at Ipswich Crown Court.
A regular at Bury St Edmunds' Old Cannon Brewery - whose favourite seat was reserved by a personalised pub plaque - has passed away.
Walkers Pamela Bailey and Sara Mortimer with Lucy Alfred, St Nicholas Hospice Care Design and Events Officers, and Kevin Marshall, of Positive Steps Fitness and Wellbeing, and Dylan the Labradoodle, at Nowton Park, where the Bury to Clare Challenge walk to raise funds for St Nicholas Hospice Care will start ANL-140416-123624001 Walkers are urged to ... (more)